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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Weekly Top Shot

A ride up Mosquito Lake Road.  We go every autumn, just to watch the leaves drift down.  There are steep rock walls on one side of the road and a long drop off to the  Nooksack River on the other side.  It is heavily wooded and so very little wind up there.  The leaves drift slowly down and the only sound is the little plop when they hit the ground - and the soft sound of the river far below.

     We sit and watch the leaves for over an hour - enchanted.

These shots are not cropped and are straight out of the camera.

11 comments:

Powell River Books said...

Wonderful pictures, frozen in time. - Margy

Julie Fukuda said...

I can almost hear that plop. What a peaceful way to spend an hour.

eileeninmd said...

I love these leaves captures. Great photos, sounds like a fun time watching the leaves fall.. Have a happy Sunday!

Bruce Clark said...

Very nice captures. Love watching the leaves fall but hate the cleanup afterwards though :)

Lynda (Granny K) said...

How beautiful the leaves are and your photos are superb! I love Autumn so much.

W. Latane Barton said...

dang, you did a great job shooting those falling leaves.

Jeanne said...

That's pretty!!

Kay said...

Perfect! Simply perfect!

J said...

I've never seen photos like these! Lovely idea, to capture them in flight!

Candy S said...

Beautiful - the leaf almost looks like it is falling off of the screen.

Maggie said...

Very well caught. Says everything about Autumn!